Smith Method Eyewear

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MSRP : $118.95

Product Description

The Smith Method Polarized Sunglasses are ready to race. Hop into your speedboat or hemi-powered muscle car and go for pink slips. Put the pedal to the metal and take advantage of polarized optics that give you a glare-free view of the finish line. If you happen to drop the Smith Methods in your post-race celebrations, the TR90 Grilamid frame stands up to the abuse. After blowing the doors off of the competition, you can still rock these fast-looking shades while you party with the trophy girls.

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